another noob copying master artist craig mullins' style, getting crazy with fancy brushes and photoshop effects without knowing the basics about drawing. check out the real master craig mullins here: [link] and stop praising people who stole his style.
Hey Leventep, I hold you and Craig Mullins in great esteem and admiration. It takes great skill to throw off convention and learn to paint as loose as you two do. What gatekeeper75 doesn't understand is that styles adopted are not stolen but appreciated especially when the adopter puts his own personality into the work. Maybe if gatekeeper75 would reveal some of his own work I would feel he was a miserable narcissist instead of a miserable cynic. Either way, when haters blast someone without a good reason it will only incite their true fans to support. Keep up the great work, I check for your deviations constantly. Also thanks for sharing your brushes, I have edited each of them to match my own style and am now the better for your contribution.
I see a lot of Sargent in Mullins work. Literally, if you wanted to call the buildup and development of art over the centuries stealing you could say we've all stolen from that first guy who rubbed red dirt on a cave wall.
Makes me ask questions (Which is a good thing ), like the fact it seems the water is flowing there on purpose, and the bridge is there for a reason, its like a constructed waterfall sort of thing, which makes me ask why would this be like this.
I always know I'll get the g00d stuff when I click on your notice! I really like this piece and I think it's one of your best so far! The flow of water is depicted so well, great natural elements abound, fantastic atmosphere and setting...it's all there for the big win! Superb work once again, I love it!